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Night Shift in And Above Flanders Fields


egbert
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Far far away back home in a big northern German coastal town, the motors are being manufactured during - - - a night shift

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3a.m. - mistakes are no option. Everything for the boys out there in Flanders Fields.....

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...while this Gotha bomber crew looks for prey during their...........................night shift

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Thanx Mick much appreciated! You remember the dunes thread?? :D

@Marina:

How can they be on their way? Tonight's RFC night shift accidentially stripped the canvas from all operational planes! See proof of picture

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:lol::lol::lol: They were only lulling you into a false sense of security, Egbert.

Look up to the sky...

Marina

Marina, I checked two nights -still nothing in the sky -they are still grounded and inoperable by today, as seen here:

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Egbert,

The British planes You are showing are day light fighters, but the Handley Page 0/100 bombers of 214 Sqn and the FE2b of 100 Night bombing Squadron, will find your airfields without difficulty.

Regards,

Cnock

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.......but the Handley Page 0/100 bombers of 214 Sqn and the FE2b of 100 Night bombing Squadron, will find your airfields without difficulty.

Regards,

Cnock

.....when the war is over <_<

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Egbert,

In fact they already did.

Cnock

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Siege Gunner,

You are right, and many options left.

Regards,

Cnock.

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You are right, and many options left.

Let's see what 'the dastardly Hun' comes up with next ... :D

Egbert, are you ready yet to reveal the story behind these pics/models/dioramas?

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